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Thinking through the consequences: Donald Trump, Iran and the trust gap

CBC.ca Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Thinking through the consequences: Donald Trump, Iran and the trust gapPresident Donald Trump, stuck with his own rhetoric about the Iran nuclear deal, needs a face-saving gesture to show his campaign contempt for it wasn't based on ignorance or disingenuousness.
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News video: Donald Trump hints at abandoning Iran nuclear deal with ‘calm before the storm’ comment

Donald Trump hints at abandoning Iran nuclear deal with ‘calm before the storm’ comment 00:14

US President Donald Trump is expected to abandon the Iran nuclear deal. The nuclear deal was implemented between Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers (US, UK, France, China, and Russia plus Germany) to curb Iran’s nuclear program. Trump who has called the deal an “embarrassment” and “the...

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